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D1 Candidate Announces for NIC Trusteeship

Tarie Zimmerman of Coeur d’Alene is pleased to announce her candidacy for North Idaho College Board of Trustees, zone 1. An active community volunteer and financial advisor, when Ms. Zimmerman was asked to run for this non-partisan office, as she stated, “when asked...

D2 Candidate Announces for NIC Trusteeship

Brad Corkill, longtime Kootenai County resident and business owner, announced Wednesday that he is running for the Zone 2 seat on the North Idaho College board of trustees. For 34 years, Corkill has been the owner and operator of Whiteman Lumber in Cataldo, which is...

D5 Candidate announces for NIC Trusteeship

Broschet announces candidacy. Seeks Zone 5 seat on North Idaho College board of trustees. Pete Broschet, who lives in the Hauser Lake area, announced Tuesday that he is running in November for the Zone 5 seat on the North Idaho College board of trustees. A...

Keeping Coeur d’Alene Lake’s water quality in check

Did you know Coeur d’Alene Lake is part of the Bunker Hill Mining and Metallurgical Complex Superfund Site? A recent Our Gem community survey revealed fewer than 30% of respondents were aware the Lake is included in the Superfund Site. The Environmental Protection...

Idaho’s New Electoral Districts

Redistricting commission approves state’s electoral districts for the next 10 years. The committee voted unanimously to approve the legislative map and 4-2 to approve the congressional map. L03 Legislative Plan L03 Legislative district lookup  C03 Congressional...

Womens March Update

— Ten-year-old Soren Cadwallader carried a sign reading, “fempire strikes back.” The young jedi and about 300 others struck back Saturday with steps, smiles and slogans. They held signs like “I march because someone 40 years ago marched for me,” “Girls just want to...

March for Women’s Reproductive Freedom

COEUR d’ALENE — In response to the recent Texas decision making abortion inaccessible, a group of Kootenai County women will march for women’s reproductive freedom. The Kootenai County Women’s March will be this Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Village at Riverstone in...

Where to get Covid-19 Testing

There are a few local locations for COVID-19 testing for those who feel like they might have the virus or are looking to travel. Katherine Hoyer, Panhandle Health District spokeswoman, said those testing for travel will probably have a longer wait than expected as the...
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